Walls separate space and create a spectacle. We fill the emptiness with objects that document our lived experiences; every site is classified by what is within.
The usefulness of a water pitcher dwelt in the emptiness where water might be put in, not in the form of the pitcher or the material of which it is made - Kakuzo Okakura (1906).
Garden wall structures frame the boundaries of the site, a representation of space created within the gallery environment. The wallpaper is a document of the boundaries between sites and the installation as a whole represents the transition between states.
Untitled (Garden) was created for the Norwich University of the Arts Master's Degree Show 2018. It consists of four separate elements; the garden wall boxes, wallpaper, framed architectural prints, and a framed print from the Displacement Series, 2017.